Date of Birth1/22/1998
Place of BirthAustralia
Batting StyleRight-hand Bat
Bowling StyleRight-arm fast medium
Belinda Vakarewa is an Australian cricketer who plays as a pace bowler for New South Wales Breakers, and Sydney Thunder in the WBBL. The Right arm medium bowler has been playing cricket since her childhood. Playing for multiple sides in different formats in the domestic league, has helped her emerge as a better player. She made her domestic senior debut in 2016, and giving blistering performances fast-tracked her to the national side for the ICC women’s world cup 2017. She made her International ODI debut in the World Cup against Sri Lanka in 2017.Since then, she has not got more chances to play for the national side, but has been impressive for Sydney Thunder in the WBBL. However, she is still a vital part of the Australian team, and is sure to help the team to excel in the near future.
- April 30, 2020
Belinda Vakarewa, Hobart Hurricanes' bowler, bagged Cricket Tasmania's WBBL Player of the Tournament award.
- January 27, 2020
Australia will be hosting this year’s T20 World Cup starting from February 21. The hosts certainly have the advantage of home support from the fans and familiarity of the grounds. But there is one ground, where Australia will not have the advantage of home conditions. Australia kick-off their World Cup campaign against India in Sydney’s
- January 23, 2020
Molly Strano has been appointed captain of the Governor-General’s XI that will face India in a T20 fixture, ahead of the T20I tri-series also involving Australia and England, at the Drummoyne Oval in Sydney on Tuesday (January 28). The off-spinner, who was unlucky to miss out on selection ahead of the T20 World Cup, has
- January 16, 2020
Uncapped seamer Annabel Sutherland has been named in Australia's squad for T20 World Cup 2020, that also includes Sophie Molineux.